Using Pell funds is key for a new bachelor’s degree program being set up by California State Polytechnic University, Humboldt.
The74 - Sep 2023
There's a long chain linking CalFire and Cal Poly-Humboldt... plenty of students have graduated from the university and gone to work for CalFire as firefighters or in other capacities. Now the school and the agency are formalizing their relationship, with an agreement to work together in more areas, to provide better educations for students and better-trained workers for CalFire.
Jefferson Public Radio - Sep 2023
Cal Poly Humboldt Business Professor Josh Zender discusses factors that influence car insurance rates, and the importance of staying informed about state regulations.
WalletHub - Sep 2023
Cal Poly Humboldt students recently harvested the bull kelp crops they grew in the university's aquaculture program.
Jefferson Public Radio - Aug 2023
A short stretch of Highway 101 along the North Coast is particularly plagued by wildlife-vehicle collisions, which have exacerbated an ongoing human-elk conflict in Humboldt County.
SFGATE - Aug 2023
Cal Poly Humboldt Social Work Professor Pam Bowers discusses important factors students should consider when choosing a MSW, and the future of the profession in California.
MSW Online - Jul 2023
A Giant Pacific Octopus washed ashore on Clam Beach, the largest species typically seen in the region, explains Cal Poly Humboldt aquarist Grant Eberle.
The Sacramento Bee - Jun 2023
Mitch Mitchell, associate vice president for student success and dean of students, works to create diversity and representation in higher education by keeping students at the forefront.
Inside Higher Ed - Jun 2023
Consumers often overlook or underestimate balance transfer fees when selecting a credit card. Finance Professor Humnath Panta provides consumers and credit card companies insight into these fees to make better informed decisions.
WalletHub - Jun 2023
You shouldn’t have to wipe out your savings just to enjoy a nice summer vacation. Tourism Management Professor Ara Pachmayer shares her budget-friendly advice and other useful travel insights.
WalletHub - May 2023
Two-thirds of Americans report feeling anxious about climate change. There's even a new term for it - eco-anxiety. Environmental Studies Professor Sarah Ray talks about what it is and strategies for coping.
NPR - May 2023
The accelerated change is due to tectonic activity, which is causing the ground around and under the bay to sink at the same rate the sea level is rising.
CalMatters - Apr 2023
Beyond its iconic height, the Redwood Forest is sacred to the Yurok Tribe and a scientific frontier for the study of vast biodiversity that exists nowhere else on Earth.
PBS - Apr 2023
Cal Poly Humboldt takes first steps toward establishing an aviation program.
FLYING - Apr 2023
A new study published in the journal Nutrients found that eating 25 grams of freeze-dried blueberries — the equivalent of one cup of natural blueberries — every day can improve athletic performance and burn more body fat while exercising.
NY Post - Mar 2023
Study participants notably burned more fat after consuming blueberries, according to Cal Poly Humboldt research.
The Independent - Mar 2023
Communities with high concentrations of electric cars are affluent, college-educated and at least 75% white and Asian. In contrast, electric cars are almost nonexistent in Black, Latino, low-income and rural communities — revealing the enormous task that California faces electrifying the entire fleet.
CalMatters - Mar 2023
Blueberries could be the key to getting leaner and fitter. Eating the fruit helps improve athletic performance and burn body fat, according to researchers.
Daily Mail - Mar 2023
Land acknowledgments have become increasingly common nationwide over the past few years. Many mainstream public events — from soccer games and performing arts productions to city council meetings and corporate conferences — begin with these formal statements recognizing Indigenous communities' rights to territories seized by colonial powers.
NPR - Mar 2023
The Yurok Tribe is partnering with Cal Poly Humboldt and College of the Redwoods on an initiative to create a local workforce for the proposed development of floating offshore wind projects along California’s North Coast.
Offshore - Feb 2023
"College of the Redwoods and Cal Poly Humboldt believe that to improve health care in our region, we must increase the nursing workforce," says College of the Redwoods President Keith Flamer.
Times Standard - Feb 2023
A new multi-county collaborative project is aiming to help the region recover from the impacts of the pandemic and transition to a new economic development model.
Lake County News - Feb 2023
"One year ago, Humboldt State University was renamed Cal Poly Humboldt. The renaming was confirmed shortly after the allocation of a historic $458 million in one-time and ongoing funding. Since that time, the campus has sought to model responsible stewardship of the transformational process and the funding," says President Tom Jackson, Jr.
Times Standard - Feb 2023
The Redwood Coast Airport Microgrid (RCAM) has recently lived up to its description as “a lifeline” for Humboldt County and the North Coast during natural disasters and emergencies.
PG&E Currents - Jan 2023